Hi. I am writing this post to clear up some confusion I and other users had when using virtual keys. 1. The documentation states, that virtual keys don't work under windows. I can confirm, that they do indeed work when using a mouse on them (I don't have a touchscreen device running windows to test touch capabilities) 2. Virtual keys don't work the way you would expect them to work in. When you press a virtual key, it will set the pressed state for that button, but unlike keyboards they won't also set the holding state. This can cause variable jump heights for example to mess up as I have seen it written on forums a few times. I don't think this belongs in the tutorial section, because it's just some bare bones facts which I had to learn to hard way. Feel free to repost/quote/rephrase if you want. I hope this helps someone!